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Here I will start it out. old setup.
I am taking two tanks down and combining everything into one larger tank. I would love to see different types of rock setups.
Please post pictures of aquascaping everyone. That means you too.
not many people posting picture. I mean nobody posting pictures well here is a test run for the new tank. I know the new tank will be 6feet and this one is only 4 feet I think I like from the center to the right side best. what do you think?
Love the tank setup. I actually like the whole thing. The contrast between the mountain on the left and the more open area on the right is very nice. I'll post a picture of my tank tomorrow.
srry if this is like spam but it's a awesome set up. if i had that kind of aquarium thats the kind of set up i would do.
that is my old one that I took down about 4 months ago
Sorry Rog, I broke my camera about 2 months back and have not replaced it yet.
hello sirs.. i'm from the philippines and i am planning to start with my SW aquarium.. just one question, how do you pile the rocks on top of each other?? do you need something to stick it?? tnx..
Go to LFS and ask them. they will give you an epoxy that cures underwater
Reaquascaped again. hope this is the last time. I like this one the best so far !!!!
as far as attaching the rocks the best way is with 5/8 acyric rods.
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